This section provides news and information issued by us and organisations we work with, over the last three months.
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|8/10/2015||Are you looking for a fun way to volunteer?
Alzheimer’s Society is launching a new Singing for the Brain session in Lingfield and is looking for volunteers to help.
|7/10/2015||Council tax phone scam
A council tax phone scam is currently taking place in our area.
|2/10/2015||Protect your child from Sexual Exploitation
Chelsea’s Choice, a powerful play raising awareness of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE), is being shown at Dorking Halls, Dorking on 30 November at 1-3pm & 6.30-8.30pm.
|2/10/2015||Prospective County Councillors Event
Surrey County Council is offering those interested in standing for election a chance to understand more about the role of a County Councillor and the work of the council at two events.
|1/10/2015||Residents rate council services and where they live
Tandridge District Council is delighted the findings of the Have your say about council services survey show residents still rate council services highly, are satisfied with the area they live in and feel well informed.
|1/10/2015||Smoking in cars with children banned
Smokers in the South East are being given one more reason to quit, as new government laws come into force today, which makes it illegal for anyone to smoke in vehicles with children present.
|30/9/2015||Domestic Abuse Awareness Week 2015
This year's Domestic Abuse (DA) Awareness Week runs from Monday 5 October to Sunday 11 October. The theme, once again, is ‘Love shouldn't hurt.’
|30/9/2015||Supporting Customer Services Week
Tandridge District Council is taking part in this year’s Customer Services Week which runs from Monday 5 October. National Customer Service Week is an opportunity to raise awareness of customer service and the vital role it plays in successful businesses.
|28/9/2015||Young carers in Surrey
Across Surrey there are a growing number of young people and children under the age of 18 who are juggling their school and home lives with caring responsibilities.
|23/9/2015||Need advice and support to return to work after a career break?
Does your career feel like it happened in another lifetime? Returning to work after a career break is daunting, so from 9.30am to 12.30pm on Wednesday 30 September local recruitment consultancy, Talent Gateway, is holding a free event at the Council Offices in Oxted to offer practical advice and insight to help ease the transition.
|23/9/2015||Learn with me
Stuck for things to do with your child that are fun, free and just happen to support their early learning and development too? Then Learn with me is for you!
|23/9/2015||A22 resurfacing works
Surrey County Council has been resurfacing the Wapses Lodge, Caterham roundabout, with the resurfacing of the Caterham By-Pass due to follow directly on.
Due to heavy rain the A22 works have been delayed. Surrey’s teams will continue to work on the Wapses Lodge section tonight (Wednesday 23 September), with the Caterham By-Pass works now due to start on Thursday 24 September and last for six weeks. The A22 Caterham By-Pass will be closed from the junction with the B2030 Godstone Road up to and including Wapses Lodge roundabout from 8pm to 6am. There will be a signed diversion route in place.
|22/9/2015||Tackling anti-social behaviour across Surrey
Do you know what anti-social behaviour is and which agency is best placed to help solve any local problems you have in Surrey? To help residents make the right decisions Surrey Police and partners are launching the first Anti-social Behaviour Awareness Week taking place from 28 September to 2 October.
|18/9/2015||Hurried Steps a play about domestic abuse
On Tuesday 6 October at 7.30pm, New Shoes Theatre, will perform Hurried Steps, at the Harlequin Theatre & Cinema, Warwick Quadrant, Redhill RH1 1NN. This production is taking place in support of Surrey Domestic Abuse Awareness Week
|16/9/2015||Chairmans Charity Coffee Morning
Tandridge District Council Chairman, Councillor Rose Thorn, is asking residents to join her at the Council Offices, Oxted, from 10am to 12 noon on Friday 25 September for a cup of coffee and a slice of cake to help raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
|11/9/2015||Tillingdown Copse playground closed for refurbishment
From today (Friday 11 September) Tillingdown Copse playground, in Tillingdown Hill, Caterham will be closed for refurbishment.